Business Insider (Kevin W). I dunno. He must look too friendly. It’s not difficult to discourage most people from chatting you up, save the insistent ones on airplanes.
Politico (Dr. Kevin)
International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology (David L)
New York Times (David L)
Wall Street Journal
Richard North. A must read if you have any interest in Brexit. Some readers have been skeptical about our earlier remarks about the looming clusterfuck of the UK withdrawing from EU aviation safety rules. More ugly details.
This was exactly what the symbolic attack on Syria (with pre-warning to Russia and Syria!) was supposed to achieve.
Calm the warmongers on the 'homefront' without risking a wider war.
Well done Mr. Mattis.
— Moon of Alabama (@MoonofA)
. on Syria chemical attack: "We have a very high confidence that Syria was responsible."
— Fox News (@FoxNews)
In case you missed it: In response to media queries, the Spokesperson for the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) confirms that the Fact-Finding Mission (FFM) team is on its way to and will start its work as of Saturday 14 April 2018.
— OPCW (@OPCW)
Abc.net.au (Kevin W). Wellie, the “allies” made sure that is now irrelevant.
Gihon Journal (UserFriendly)
2 minutes of truth about US intervention in Syria from Jeffrey Sachs is worth more than 98 percent of the bullshit we are hearing on TV — worth clicking on this:
— Mark Weisbrot (@MarkWeisbrot)
Los Angeles Times (UserFriendly)
Witness the hypocrisy that our two-party system breeds: Check out these similar letters warning the president about commencing offensive strikes against Syria without congressional approval.
2013 signers: 119 Rs, 21 Ds
2018 signers: 15 Rs, 73 Ds
Very few of us signed both.
— Justin Amash (@justinamash)
U.S. is allowed to engage in regime change around the world–but no one else is–because it's an exceptional nation whose morals surpass others, says Pompeo. Whenever I see this, I wonder whether the speaker actually believes this, or whether it's purely instrumental.
— Nina ☦️ Byzantina (@NinaByzantina)
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Intercept (Bill B)
New York Law Journal Google the headline.
New Yorker (furzy)
CNBC (Kevin W)
Time. Gee,. You can see where our priorities lie..
Post and Courier (Christopher M)
New York Times. Important. The 1% feel they are not rich because they aren’t the 0.1%. FluffytheObeseCat: “The author repeatedly hammers home the point that, it doesn’t matter if you feel politely bad about wealth inequality. Those fine sensibilities and polite silences are beside the point if they effect no improvements.”
Guardian (Paul R)
Antidote du jour. Crittermom: “Apparently, fawns grow into their ears!”
And a bonus video:
See yesterday’s Links and Antidote du Jour here.